5. Design Your Workspace Your Way
If you work from an office most of your life, it makes sense to design your workspace to fit your tastes and preferences. The style of your home office in your house might be restricted to the paint themes and size of your home, leaving you with a workspace that may be boring and uninspiring.
With a home office in a shed, you can design a workspace that suits your needs and preferences. You can choose from a variety of design themes, and add the decor that inspires you.
6. It May Be a Smart Financial Move
On the surface, buying a shed for an office may seem unnecessary and expensive, especially when you already have a home office. However, there are a few good financial reasons for a home office shed.
One is that you’ll probably be more productive, possibly leading to more career opportunities with higher pay. The second reason is that if you are self-employed, it’s possible your shed could be considered a business expense and therefore, eligible as a tax deduction. Thirdly, a home office in a shed could add value to your property, making it a more attractive buy, should you opt to sell it some day.
Your home office in a shed could also double as a reading room or man cave, so you can get more value out of your office shed.